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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Virtual Reality Exhibitions and Cyberdefense Workshops

by Michael Anthony Farley on July 17, 2017

Well, this week starts off strong.
Monday we’re looking forward to checking out the new VR World NYC, which is hosting a virtual reality art show and concert until midnight. If that hasn’t sated your cyberpunk hunger, check out Lin Wang’s cyborg wigs tuesday at Gallery Sensei, the NYFA/NYSCA group show Facial Profiling at C24 Gallery on Thursday, or the “Digital Self Defense and Empowerment Workshops” happening all Saturday afternoon at the New Museum. We love when a week’s itinerary in IRL New York looks like a montage from Hackers

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Why Art Doesn’t Pay

by Corinna Kirsch on April 1, 2014
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Artists pay, institutions don’t. Let’s discuss.

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What You Should Know About the NEA Shutdown, in Bullet Points

by Corinna Kirsch on October 3, 2013
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The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), like nearly all federal agencies, is totally shut down. What this means, after the jump.

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At 80, Populist Arts Advocate John Hightower Passes Away, Leaving New York with a Funding Legacy

by Julia Wolkoff on July 16, 2013
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John Hightower passed away on July 6th, at the age of 80. He will be remembered as a tough-as-nails, populist administrator who changed the course of state funding for the arts, served as MoMA’s director during a time of social upheaval, and invigorated the South Seaport Museum.

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